William H. Willimon - "Where Is the Holy Land?" (May 6, 2001)
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- William H. Willimon - "Where Is the Holy Land?" (May 6, 2001)
Sermon start time: 01:39. Sermon end time: 19:15.
A sacred place, or the Holy Land, is not a geographical place, but anywhere that has the presence of God. A human being is thus a holy temple of God, a sacred place where God dwells. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Key quotation: “When it comes down to it, that’s really what it means for a place to be holy, to be sanctified, consecrated. It means that God Almighty has come and dwelt among us.”
- May 6, 2001
- Willimon, William H.
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- John 14:23-29
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